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GoldenEye HD Remake Coming to PS3 and Xbox 360

The world’s most famous secret agent is back! Activision today declassified the existence of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded, which will make its grand debut on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for the first time ever. Built on a brand new engine that delivers striking visuals, blistering fast gameplay and the ability to play using the PlayStation Move, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is the complete James Bond experience shooter-fans have been waiting for and will launch in stores later this fall.

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“We are beyond ecstatic to debut GoldenEye 007: Reloaded to the millions of fans who have been clamoring for it to arrive on Sony and Microsoft home consoles,” said David Oxford, Executive Vice President at Activision Publishing. “And now with full PlayStation Move functionality, 007 fans all around the world can play the game in full HD in more ways than ever before.”

GoldenEye 007: Reloaded is a contemporary James Bond experience featuring HD visuals and realistic environments running at 60-frames per second, akin to today’s elite action games. Additional to the legendary story campaign, the game introduces the brand new ‘Mi6 Ops Missions’ – new, distinct levels separate from the campaign that span the varied environments from the story and challenge players to complete different Assault, Elimination, Stealth and Defense objectives. GoldenEye 007: Reloaded also takes multiplayer to new heights, maintaining and improving its renowned four-player split-screen action and adding full, adrenaline-pumping 16-player online matches with more maps, weapons, characters and game modes than ever before.

Last year Activision released a GoldenEye remake exclusively for the Wii. Game Freaks 365 gave that game an 8.5 out of 10 noting the fun gameplay, but outdated Wii graphics. The trailer looks a lot like the Wii game, except it now is in full HD. It is not clear what all of the changes Activision has made to the game aside from graphics, but the 16 player multi-player is higher than the Wii’s 8 player multi-player.